You can now\u00a0download\u00a0a\u00a0free trial of Armature's ReCore on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. The announcement\u00a0of ReCore was one of the highlights of Microsoft's E3 2015 press conference. The game's first trailer was intriguing and\u00a0atmospheric,\u00a0and the development credentials of\u00a0Armature and Keiji Inafune\u00a0promised something special. Fast forward 16 months and things haven't turned out how many expected. ReCore made an apologetic playable debut\u00a0at this year's E3 and its release in September\u00a0was met\u00a0with mediocre reviews. Many critics\u00a0felt the game wasn't\u00a0polished enough and contained all the hallmarks of a rushed and untested release.\u00a0That said, the game does have its fans and it appears that the core experience (no pun intended) is a lot of fun if you can overlook the game's rough edges. Perhaps realising that ReCore's launch\u00a0didn't go to plan Microsoft has now released a free trial version of the game on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. The demo lets you play the first 30 minutes of the game and\u00a0if you do get hooked\u00a0you can buy the full game and pick up right where you left off with your progress and achievements intact.